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bad day behind a mini

Discussion in 'Mini Truck Spottings' started by glenn, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. glenn

    glenn Member

    sometimes it's not to good of an idea to follow a mini too close.....
     

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  2. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    it is about to stink badly :p
     
  3. smoothstroke

    smoothstroke Member

    Ya that bridge looks a little height challenged. Good One.
     
  4. OMD

    OMD New Member

    i don't think that is a mini truck... that definitely not a kei truck...
     
  5. Samurai9

    Samurai9 Member

    Fake photo.

    Sam
     
  6. Colin

    Colin Member

  7. smoothstroke

    smoothstroke Member

    Too Funny !!!
     
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  8. Samurai9

    Samurai9 Member

    OK, if the photo is real and not staged or faked, please tell me the following:

    1. Why are the vehicles so sharply defined while background is indistinct?

    2. Why do vehicles appear to be stopped?

    3. Why didn't hauler of johns see that the bridge was too low?

    4. Where is there a bridge over a road that is that low?

    5. Why didn't driver of following car see what was going to happen and pull off?

    6. What is the source of the photo?

    7. Where and when was photo taken, and by whom?

    8. How did someone just happen to have his camera at the ready precisely when this event happened?

    9. Why no photo of the expected aftermath?

    10. You know that there are hundreds of staged or fake photos circulating on the Net, right? How do you know this is not one of them?

    Sam
     
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  9. Mighty Milt

    Mighty Milt Moderator

    OK, if the photo is real and not staged or faked, please tell me the following:

    1. Why are the vehicles so sharply defined while background is indistinct?

    high speed aperture and 1600 speed film, just like sports illustrated

    2. Why do vehicles appear to be stopped?

    high quality camera with stop action lens

    3. Why didn't hauler of johns see that the bridge was too low?

    he was texting his baby-mama

    4. Where is there a bridge over a road that is that low?

    it's not really a road, it's a walkway in the park

    5. Why didn't driver of following car see what was going to happen and pull off?

    he really had to go bad! he was in hot pursuit of the traveling johns

    6. What is the source of the photo?

    The internet... it's a very reliable source, never doubt what come to you via email.

    7. Where and when was photo taken, and by whom?

    i don't know her real name, only her internet handle in the photography forum i frequent.

    8. How did someone just happen to have his camera at the ready precisely when this event happened?

    apparently you have never enjoyed the show "america's funniest home videos" this phenomenon happens much more often than you would expect.

    9. Why no photo of the expected aftermath?

    she ran out of film, a travesty for sure... but from what she told me, you really wouldn't want to see it.

    10. You know that there are hundreds of staged or fake photos circulating on the Net, right? How do you know this is not one of them?

    i refer you to answer #6

    Mighty Milt
     
  10. glenn

    glenn Member

    OKAY.....sue me.....I found a funny pic on the internet and wanted to share it with all of you eh?:rolleyes:

    The site is called "skoopy"...they have lots of funny pics and vidios....fake? idonno:confused:.....funny? yah!:D

    glenn:cool:
     
  11. Colin

    Colin Member

    God forbid someone make a funny picture for amusement purposes.
     
  12. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    i still say i would love to see the aftermath :p
     
  13. glenn

    glenn Member

  14. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    that funny milt...real or not its still funny.

    funny stuff like this makes you live longer :D

    wyatt
     
  15. Wolfman

    Wolfman Member

    If the camera used was a SLR camera, focal point will determine what part of the picture is clear, and which is blurry.

    Shutter and film speed can make moving items appear to be stopped. Think of pictures taken of athletes by professional photographers at sporting venues.

    Probably not paying attention. This happens all the time with big trucks when they are off of their regular routes.

    I don't know where one would be that low, but depending on how old the area where that bridge is, it's not impossible

    Following too closely to the truck ahead.


    Since I didn't post it, I don't know.

    I carry a camera in the car from time to time, and used to carry one all the time when I had a press pass for a local newspaper.

    We don't know if it's staged or not. It probably is. IMO, that doesn't make the photo any less funny, especially when I let my warped and disturbed little mind run amok. :D
     
  16. D'Animal

    D'Animal Member

    It's still a funny photo.


    Photochopped or not.
     
  17. vaholat

    vaholat New Member

    Hahaha...Really fake photo but funny indeed..lol.
     
  18. glenn

    glenn Member


    yup...I think it is fake too....but hey.....it's funny....now the pix of the t-rex attacking my little mini IS real...look under general..."I need some help"...lol

    glenn:D
     
  19. gregw98

    gregw98 Member

    It's funny, who really cares if it is rel or not. Godzilla is real, Tokyo is fake.
     
  20. walkguru

    walkguru New Member

    yeah its a funny photo, for sure.
     

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